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Performer: The Doors
Title: Runnin' Blue
Released: 1969
Label: Elektra
Country: US
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Catalog #: EKS-45675
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 646
Formats: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo
FLAC size: 2519 mb
MP3 size: 1153 mb

Tracklist

1Runnin' Blue
Written-By – Krieger
2:27
2Do It
Written-By – Morrison, Krieger
3:01

Credits

  • EngineerBruce Botnick
  • ProducerPaul A. Rothchild

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EKS-45675The Doors Runnin' Blue ‎(7", Single, Mon)ElektraEKS-45675US1969
EKS-45-675The Doors Runnin' Blue ‎(7", Promo)ElektraEKS-45-675US1969
EK 45675The Doors Runnin' Blue ‎(7", Single)ElektraEK 45675Canada1969
INT. 80212The Doors Runnin' Blue ‎(7", Single)ElektraINT. 80212France1969
J 27.035The Doors Running Blue / Do It ‎(7", Single)MetronomeJ 27.035Sweden1969

Notes

For Radio Station Use Only

Different layout, colour & typo

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): EKS-45675-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): EKS-45675-B

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Текст песни: Poor Otis dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis dead and gone Yeah, back down, turn around slowly. Runnin' Blue is a song written by guitarist Robby Krieger and performed by the Doors. Elektra Records released it in August 1969 as the fourth single from the band's forth album The Soft Parade, backed with Do It. The single peaked at No. 64 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. From The Soft Parade Remastered Lyrics: Poor Otis dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis dead was written by Robby Krieger and Jim Morrison, and its the seventh track on the album The Soft Parade 1969. According to the book Jim Morrison: Life, Death, Legend , by Stephen Davis, Jim idolized Otis. The soul singer, who died in 1967 just before a show in Winterland, San Francisco, was replaced by The Doors as the headline of the festival. At the occasion, Jim made a tribute to Otis singing to the crowd what would later become the Intro of this song: Poor Otis dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis dead and gone. The Doors were scheduled to play with Redding at the Winterland Arena in San Francisco on December 28. That show went on, with Chuck Berry taking Redding's place. When the Doors were performing When The Music's Over at the show, Jim Morrison interjected the opening lines of this song in honor of redding. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn August 31st 1969, Runnin' Blue by the Doors entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position 89 eventually it at 64 for 1 week and spent 6 weeks on the Top 100. Was track two of side two on the band's fourth studio album, 'The Soft Parade', and the album reached 6 on Billboard's Top Pop Albums chart. Runnin' Blue - The Doors. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Runnin' Blue is a track by The Doors from the album The Soft Parade released in 1969. Runnin' Blue by The Doors Year: 1969 From the album The Soft Parade track 7. Average Rating: 77100 from 75 votes. Runnin' Blue appears on the following albums by The Doors: The Soft Parade track 7 this album 1969. Listen album. Classic Rock. The Doors. Songs in album The Doors - Singles Box 2013. The Doors - Runnin' Blue. The Doors - Do It. Total votes: 0. Other albums by The Doors. Psychedelic Rock Acid Rock. The Doors Hits. Psychedelic Rock Blues Rock. The Doors Classics. Runnin' Blue is a song by the American rock band The Doors, the seventh track on their album The Soft Parade. In 1969 it peaked at 64 on Billboard magazine's Pop Singles chart. It is notable for Jim Morrisons introduction, a tribute to the then recently-deceased Otis Redding: Poor Otis, dead and gone Left me here to sing his song Pretty little girl with the red dress on Poor Otis, dead and gone. The lyrics and melody of this brief a cappella introduction was taken from a Lead Belly track entitled Po' Howard or Poor Howard on some compilations where Jim replaced the read more. Runnin' Blue. Overview

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